Youth theatre pros from across the U.S. gathered to share best practices and hopes at the end of June’s TCG National Conference in Miami.
Six new members join the board, and Kathryn M. Lipuma returns as chair.
Six theatres will use the funding for various community engagement projects focused on youth and multi-generational audiences.
Thirteen productions will receive support to extend rehearsal and development time for new plays and musicals.
10 early-career artists from Miami and New York City will be given networking and professional development opportunities.
10 mid-sized theatres across the country will try out single-ticket plans and learn from each other’s data.
He’ll join an artist in conversation about the state of cultural criticism at the June gathering.
Selected participants will receive a TCG Conference Scholarship and a year of professional development opportunities.
TCG will team up with the NEA and TYA/USA to present a one-day convening about Theatre for Young Audiences.
The Miami-based author will open the org’s national conference this June.